Three injured in two-vehicle Tuesday crash


In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.

In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.

In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.

In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/08/web1_Brooks-and-wreck.jpgIn what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

In what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/08/web1_Chopper-on-final.jpgIn what Trooper James Brooks of the Wilmington Ohio State Patrol Post described as “a flat-out mess,” three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Worley Mill and Petersburg roads. Both pickup trucks, a Chevy S-10 and a Chevrolet Silverado, sustained severe damage in the collision. Brooks told The Times-Gazette that both drivers were flown by helicopter to Dayton area hospitals with severe injuries, while a passenger in the Silverado had to be extricated with the “Jaws of Life” after being trapped in the vehicle. The passenger was transported to Highland District Hospital by Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District paramedics. Petersburg Road was blocked to traffic both ways for nearly 90 minutes to allow emergency personnel to attend to the crash victims, and for law enforcement to secure the crash scene for investigation. Brook said that the names of those injured and the degree of their injuries, in addition to the circumstances of the crash, were not immediately available as the investigation was ongoing. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette